Bruchou & Funes de Rioja achieved the Great Place to Work® Certification™
Bruchou & Funes de Rioja announces that it has obtained the Great Place to Work® Certification™, the first one after the integration between Bruchou, Fernández Madero & Lombardi and Funes de Rioja that took place a year ago. This signifies a significant recognition of the quality of the culture within the organization.
Great Place to Work® is the global authority on workplace culture, employee experience, and leadership behaviors proven to drive market revenue growth and increased innovation. “We are proud to achieve the Great Place To Work Certification™ because we understand that when teams experience high-trust relationships every day, it makes a difference for our clients,” noted Hugo Bruzone, member of the Executive Committee of Bruchou & Funes de Rioja.
Likewise, Rodrigo Funes de Rioja, also a member of the Executive Committee, stated, “The development of Human Capital is crucial for the future of our firm. In this context, we value the authentic experience of teamwork and the constructive relationship between our professionals and specialists, as well as the trust in our policies and organizational processes. Fundamental aspects for our growth and our goal of maximizing added value for our clients.”
“We congratulate Bruchou & Funes de Rioja on their Certification™,” highlighted Carlos Alustiza, General Manager of Great Place To Work® in Argentina. “Organizations that build trusting relationships with their employees create cultures that have a positive impact on their business outcomes,” he concluded.
The Great Place to Work Certification™ is a recognition program for the quality of organizational culture, which is the first step to understanding how to build an excellent workplace. To obtain this Certification™, companies must have their employees respond to a survey and provide information about the company’s culture (Culture Brief). The survey contains 60 statements that inquire about employees’ perceptions of their workplace experiences, focusing on trust-related behaviors (Credibility, Respect, Fairness, Pride, and Camaraderie).
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